Re: Checking internet connection without a winbox

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On Sun, 2006-07-02 at 19:03, Dotan Cohen wrote:
> On 03/07/06, jdow <jdow@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > That seems to indicate a normal enough delay. The site may be relatively
> > overloaded. There is also a possibility that the actual machine at that
> > address might simply be a fowarding address to a Google site in the
> > US. That's about a 6700 mile (10800 km) sort of delay time difference.
> >
> > So far that shows no packet loss. I'd run the pings for a longer time,
> > say 100 pings or so, and look at the summary. If there are zero dropped
> > packets then Google should seem normally responsive to you.
> Thanks, Joanne. The whole issue started because I feel that the web is
> awfully slow on this machine. Clicking a link can take about half a
> minute until a webpage displays. However, online speed tests show that
> my connection is what it should be.

That's a classic symptom of having 2 DNS servers listed in your
/etc/resolv.conf with only the 2nd one actually working.

  Les Mikesell

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